BrewPrint Gamifies 3D Printing with Print Management Software and Ecosystem

There are currently a wide number of 3D printer management programs out there to control a variety of 3D printers and handle 3D printable files. These range from manufacturer-specific and open source pieces of software all the way to universal 3D printer networking services. BrewEngine, however, is the first company I’ve encountered that rewards users for printing with their software. Continue reading “BrewPrint Gamifies 3D Printing with Print Management Software and Ecosystem”

You Can Help Design A 3D Printed Open Source Elements Dress With Anouk Wipprecht

Dutch fashiontech designer Anouk Wipprecht is developing a 3D printed Open Source Elements Dress constructed from modules created by the design community. Simply download the element file, create your custom design and submit the printed part to Wipprecht by 13th September so she can incorporate it into the overall dress design. Continue reading “You Can Help Design A 3D Printed Open Source Elements Dress With Anouk Wipprecht”

Rabbit Proto makes it easier to get circuits into 3D printed objects (VIDEO)

Circuit printers and 3D printers are relatively accessible these days. Rabbit Proto, an open source project based out of Stanford University, wants to make it a little bit simpler to put the two together with a set of kits it is offering that make it easier to print 3D objects that are electronics compatible from the start. Continue reading “Rabbit Proto makes it easier to get circuits into 3D printed objects (VIDEO)”

3D printing event, 11 seminars and workshops, dedicated to your profession

From the law to fashion, from business models to software tools, and everything in between.

The 3rd edition of the 3D printing event will contain over 11 seminars and workshops during the week, each focused on a specific profession or an application field. You can choose the topic of your profession/application field. In half-day you will learn what 3D printing means for your profession. In each seminar issues like materials, designtools, business models, do’s and dont’s will be covered. You will meet your colleagues with whom you can discuss what has been presented, and what it means for your profession/business.

The following seminars are being planned for during the week:

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Every weekday two or more seminars will take place. Each seminar will exist of two sessions and one short break. The morning seminar starts at 9.00 and ends at 12.30 hrs. The afternoon seminar starts at 13.30 and ends at 17.00 hrs. An attendee can register for one or more sessions. If you want to register, please click here.